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Former public university foundation execs led nation in pay

Four former executives at the embattled University of Louisville Foundation led the nation in pay to public university foundation employees in 2014, leaving them potentially liable for IRS penalties.

1 shot near college campus in Kentucky

Police are investigating a shooting that occurred near a college campus in Kentucky and left one victim "in serious condition."

UofL Foundation probe includes erased computer files

An investigation into the University of Louisville's foundation includes deleted documents from the computer of ousted university President James Ramsey.

Kentucky governor takes on rival before state Supreme Court

A ruling from Kentucky's Supreme Court isn't likely to change the University of Louisville's new board of trustees, but it could affect the future of the state's top political rivals.

Foundations help offset costs of U of L audit

The James Graham Brown Foundation and the C.E. and S. Foundation have fulfilled their pledges made nearly a year ago to help offset the cost of the audit, which has reached $2.2 million.

UofL trustees approve changes to Yum Center lease

University of Louisville trustees have approved changes to the school's lease deal with the KFC Yum Center and the Louisville Arena Authority.

University of Louisville opens exhibition on World War I

The University of Louisville's Archives and Special Collections is recognizing the 100th anniversary of World War I with an exhibition of vintage photographs, war posters, documents and artifacts.

Burse appointed to University of Louisville board

Governor Bevin appoints former KSU President Raymond Burse to the University of Louisville board of trustees.

Embattled U of L Foundation fires former president’s aide

News outlets report Kathleen Smith, the chief of staff for James Ramsey, was terminated Thursday, 40 days before her employment contract expired.

U of L Men’s basketball penalized by NCAA

If you love or hate the University of Louisville men's basketball program, you'll want to hear this.

UofL planting hemp for energy research

The University of Louisville is planting two types of industrial hemp and another fiber call kenaf to research their potential as renewable energy resources.

5 University of Louisville students earn Fulbright Awards

The University of Louisville says five of its students have been awarded Fulbright Awards.

No charges for 3 former university officials

Attorneys say federal prosecutors aren't seeking charges against three former University of Louisville executives who were being investigated for possible misuse of federal funds.

Norton, UofL partner to form pediatric cancer institute

Norton Healthcare and the University of Louisville say they have partnered to form the Norton Children's Cancer Institute.

UofL plans Women in Leadership forum

The University of Louisville College of Business plans to host its first Women in Leadership forum.

University of Louisville scholarship to honor slain student

The University of Louisville is setting up a scholarship fund to honor a student who was fatally shot at a concert.

Slain University of Louisville student mourned at vigil

A candlelight vigil was held at the University of Louisville to honor a student who died in a fatal shooting.

UofL interim dean named UM Law School Dean; begins Aug. 1

The University of Mississippi School of Law has a new dean.

UofL holds workshop on native plants

The University of Louisville plans to hold a workshop on plants that are native to Kentucky.

UofL conference to examine discrimination against Muslims

The University of Louisville says a symposium on campus will look at discrimination against Muslims in the United States.

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City at crossroads, should rename Cheapside, business owners say

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